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‘A mixture of Michael Ballack and Mesut Ozil’: The $170m record breaker tipped for January Manchester United move

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Jose Mourinho sets sights on third Premier League club as Arsenal pressure builds

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Sheffield Shield: 20-year-old number nine Cameron Green saves WA with maiden Shield ton

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David Warner’s golden run finally ended, but Australia’s got all the answers

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North Curl Curl flow

RoosterMan64 has added a photo to the pool: One from last weekend. No colour in teh sky but some water flow over the rocks. [Read entire story]

Waiting for dinner

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Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari on song in Mexican F1 GP Friday practice

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Jack Miller pleased with progress ahead of Phillip Island MotoGP qualifying

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Why the racing industry remains at long odds to eliminate horse ‘wastage’

Thousands of ex-racehorses are retiring every year, and only some get re-trained or re-homed. Addressing the problem will require serious change from administrators, owners, breeders and others, according to racing [Read entire story]

‘I had to leave him’: Australian mother fights for the return of her son from PNG

Broome woman Charmaine Backhouse says having her 9-year-old son living in Port Moresby was never meant to be a permanent arrangement. [Read entire story]

Long Reef Sunrise

RoosterMan64 has added a photo to the pool: Another shot from last weekend. [Read entire story]

DSC00784 Wynard Station

Ed Dear Fotografi has added a photo to the pool: Escalators at Wynyard Railway station Sydney. Sony A99 + SP Tamron 15-30 Di USD [Read entire story]

11,000 scientists from around the world unite to declare global climate emergency

More than 11,000 scientists from 153 countries have come together to declare a climate emergency and create a six-step plan to help humanity mitigate the effects of man-made global warming. [Read entire story]

Brazil mining regulator says Vale ‘negligence’ may have cost lives

Iron ore miner Vale SA has been blasted for failing to disclose problems with a mining dam before a deadly collapse which killed more than 250 people. [Read entire story]

Anti-Adani movement pushes mine contractor GHD into ‘crisis mode’, some employees claim

Leaks from one of Adani's most significant contractors for its Carmichael coal mine, engineering firm GHD, show it has been rocked by internal dissent, with some staff saying it went into "crisis mode" after employees [Read entire story]

Debenhams to name ex-HoF executive Gifford as next chair

A former finance chief at House of Fraser (HoF) is to take on the chairmanship of Debenhams as Britain's biggest department store braces for a crucial Christmas trading period. [Read entire story]

Google and IBM row over ‘quantum supremacy’

Researchers at Google have said they achieved a computing milestone, but their claim has sparked a heated debate among tech giants. [Read entire story]

Drivers threatening, coercing, intimidating travellers at Melbourne Airport

Airport authorities are calling for a crackdown on drivers touting their services at the the terminal — but one driver says it is the only way he can earn enough money to pay his bills. [Read entire story]

Rampaging forwards, electric backs: Every NRL club’s player of the year

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Out of contract St Kilda defender Nathan Brown is in limbo after the Saints landed Dougal Howard

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Sydney Comedy Festival Gala

Sydney Comedy Festival Gala The Concourse, Chatswood NSW/ACT Tue 21 Apr 2020 Get Tickets [Read entire story]

Alleged former arms dealer linked to war criminal flouted UN sanctions to gamble at Crown casinos

Joseph Wong Kiia Tai had his assets frozen and was banned from travel under UN sanctions because of his ties to Charles Taylor, a Liberian war criminal. So how was he able to enter Australia and gamble at Crown's [Read entire story]

Calls for roadside memorial to be erected in tribute of chickens ‘burned alive’ in truck fire

An animal rights group calls for a roadside memorial to be erected for a number of chickens killed in a truck fire on Adelaide's Northern Expressway this morning. [Read entire story]

Frank Lampard fears Chelsea’s top six spot under threat from big-spending upstarts

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PL injury news: Arsenal cop major injury blow, Utd have EIGHT outs including Pogba

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ADMA acquired by Australian Computer Society

Industry body the Association for Data-Driven Marketing and Advertising (ADMA) has been acquired by the Australian Computer Society (ACS). The acquisition also includes former assets of the Australian Alliance of Data [Read entire story]

WPP AUNZ merges PPR into BCW

Two of WPP AUNZ’s public relations agencies, PPR and BCW, will come together to form one agency. The merger means the death of the PPR brand, and comes just days after PPR’s CEO Michael Pooley left the [Read entire story]

Where to buy for sky-high rents

How can you enjoy sky-high returns and minimise your stress as a landlord offering short-term rentals? Nina Cuturic reports [Read entire story]

Bury FC expelled from Football League after 125 years as ex-Premier League club could follow

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Gary Neville declares United can’t challenge for Premier League for two seasons

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Exile Files: Super League clubs line up bids for outcast NRL stars Josh Dugan, Packer and Reynolds

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The stats that show there’s only ONE real threat to NRL’s big two

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Bahamas: 2500 people registered as missing

About 2500 people have been registered as missing after Dorian hit the Bahamas but many may be scattered across the islands and in various evacuation centres. [Read entire story]

Remembering 9/11 as a Muslim American

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